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Should there be any Dress Code for Coworking Spaces?

Should there be any Dress Code for Coworking Spaces?

Should there be any Dress Code for Coworking Spaces?

Posted on July 8, 2019

Earlier every bosses and employee could be seen as dressed up in a suit and a tie at work each day. But these days the start-ups don’t follow the strict dress code and professionals can be seen going in casual t-shirts to offices.
But for some companies’ dress code can be a delicate issue and is generally followed by the management. Even though the company has a strict dress code policy, they can let their team members dress as they wish. Managers should keep in mind to set the pace for the entire community.

There are no such dress code rules in coworking centres:

Coworking space providers do not impose their dress code rules on their clients. They come to the workplace considering it as their own office. It is advisable to let them dress freely and accept their dress code. We do not impose our work attire restriction for our clients who have chosen our coworking space in Gurgaon and Delhi.

Set limits to maintain the decorum:

Everybody has their own clothing style; however, they should be educated about the limits to their style imagination especially in terms of decency. Flaunting a short dress or a swimming suit might be very appealing for some, however it possibly will not be accepted by the whole community, even most likely if your coworking space in Gurgaon is an open space.

Top management should be the trendsetter:

People at workplace adore top management people. They will naturally follow their bosses. If the managers are dressed up in a pair of shorts and a tee, others will go the Friday look for the entire week. Whether one works in a serviced office or a shared office space, if the managers will start wearing formals, then others will automatically suit up.

Also, consider your community:

The employees of the coworking space providers are the face of the centre. Set the attire as per the department. For example; the front office team, sales team, the marketing team can be categorized for formal clothes. Similarly, people from accounts, purchase etc. can wear semi-formal attire. Or the company can organize a casual Friday session for the team.

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